An Associate Professor of Studio Art at the University of Denver, Mia Mulvey’s studio process is one of investigating natural history, wonder, materials and digital technologies. She is interested in how the act of translation and reproduction leaves its own visual mark and contrasts itself through form and material. This line of inquiry is supported by her overall creative practice and interest in the interplay between art and science, ceramics and technology. She received her B.F.A from Arizona State University and her M.F.A from Cranbrook Academy of Art. Mulvey actively exhibits her work nationally and internationally and has had solo shows in Colorado and Michigan. She recently exhibited at the Denver Art Museum in the Overthrown: Clay Without Limits exhibition. Her grants and awards include a Colorado Council on the Arts fellowship , Kohler Arts in Industry , Guldagergaard International Research Center and The Arctic Circle residencies.